The controversial tahr cull proposed by Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage will not begin this weekend as planned, but she is adamant the "summer control operation" will go ahead.
Six lower South Island companies were announced as regional winners of the Deloitte Fast 50 Index in Dunedin last night, and one Invercargill company won two divisions.
Otago and Southland households are the most optimistic in the country about their outlook for their respective economies.
A large Auckland plumbing wholesaler is opening a branch in Dunedin next month, as it re-enters South Island trading for a second time.
Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage's proposals to cull 17,500 Himalayan mountain tahr has been described as an unnecessary ''large-scale search and destroy'' operation - destined to end up in court.
Otago has recorded a bounce in farm sales during the past three months, but overall the market is down more than 18% against the previous July.
China poses several challenges for Fonterra and a2Milk, and both organisations face the likelihood of short term volatility in sales and earnings.
Central banks' decisions on interest rates are the focus of markets this week, after the strength of the New Zealand dollar waned following five days of gains.
Legal disputes over intellectual property — trademarks and patents — is on the rise and costing New Zealand companies dearly in some instances.
More than 100 purple-clad people marched along George St, Dunedin led by a piper on Saturday, to raise awareness for World Alzheimer’s Month.
A Port Otago worker sustained moderate injuries when he was struck by a container being loaded on to the vessel Maersk Inverness.
A worker appears to have had a lucky escape after being struck by a container being loaded on to a ship at Port Chalmers this morning.
A trio of Dunedin inventors have secured a crucial contract to supply their medical emergency first-aid shelters to a large Australian distributor.
An interim injunction to stop the imminent cull of more than 17,000 tahr will be sought, if Minister of Conservation Eugenie Sage does not reconsider her decision to go ahead.
Government proposals which could dramatically alter how mining is done in New Zealand cast a pall of gloom over the annual New Zealand branch conference of the Australian Institute of Mining and...
Construction is due to begin at Scott Technology's Kaikorai Valley headquarters in Dunedin, in a $4million project which will double its space.
A sweeping cull of at least 17,500 Himalayan mountain tahr proposed by the Minister of Conservation, Eugenie Sage, has outraged some recreational hunters in Otago.
Major players in the resource sector are in good heart, but a pall hangs over the industry as the Government decides where to take its ``no new mines on conservation land'' pledge.
Southland has suffered a plunge in regional economic confidence, but many of the indicators for its crucial primary sector remain in positive territory.
Fonterra must address its dividend payout for disgruntled dairy farmers, who have high expectations a forthcoming management roadshow should be looking to set the record straight.